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Qingshui Geothermal Park清水地熱公園


After passing Changpi Lake on Provincial Highway 7C, you’ll see smoke rising in the distance and feel the atmosphere become much more humid. The Qingshui Geothermal Park will be just up ahead. 

Qingshui Geothermal Park清水地熱公園
It’s located in southern Qingshui Village, in the Qingshui River valley. Rich sources of subterranean heat create clear, alkaline hot springs with temperatures up to 95C in the area, a great place for outdoor picnicking. 

Qingshui Geothermal Park was formerly an old workstation of CPC Corporation, and became the nation’s first geothermal power plant in 1981. Now on the Park grounds there are three cooking pools, two foot baths, a rest area, a vendor area, etc. 

Qingshui Geothermal Park清水地熱公園
The cooking pools and foot baths both use water from hot spring number 19. Visitors can use the boiling water to cook food for picnics, such as onsen tamago, egg with a soft texture achievable by the spring’s stable temperatures. Topping the day off at the relaxing foot baths makes for a perfect vacation.


No.139, Ln. 501, Sec. 8, Sanxing Rd.,, Datong Township, Yilan County Taiwán, R.O.C
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  • Sky_Art_101

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    Qingshui Geothermal Park in Yilan is reopened!

    5 2018-12

    The Qingshui geothermal is located in the Qingshui Valley on the south side of Qingshui Village in Datong township. The geothermal spring source emerges from the ground. It is an alkaline spring. The temperature of the spring water is as high as 95 degrees celsius. The geothermal heat is located in the intersection of the plain and the mountain. The green hills in the distance and the white smoke from the hot spring is formed a beautiful picture. Many plants are planted in the park. In addition to recreation, it is also a good place to get close to nature. In 1981, it was the first geothermal power plant in Taiwan. Now it is a tourist attraction for tourists to soak feet and use geothermal spring water. You can see many tourists boil the corn in the park. There are total of 250 parking spaces in two parking spaces. It makes easy for people to drive. You should visit the park in winter. 走進位於大同鄉清水村南側的清水溪谷中的清水地熱公園,可以看到很多遊客正在泡腳或煮玉米,這兒在1981年是台灣第一座地熱發電廠,地熱泉源由地下冒出,泉水溫度高達攝氏95度C,泉質屬鹼性泉,遠處的青山加上地熱噴出裊裊白煙,讓這裡形成了一幅美麗的風情畫。 公園內種植許多植物,也是遊客們可以親近自然的地方,而兩處共250個車位的停車場,讓遊客開車過來十分方便,讓清水地熱公園成為冬天宜蘭必去的景點之一喔!
  • VikkiPoh

    Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam

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    Self cooking experience with hot spring water

    5 2018-12

    It was really interesting to cook our own food with the hot spring water. The shop sold food ingredients and rented bamboo baskets (don't use your own containers which may melt in the hot water!!). The staff explained the time needed for each basket to cook and off we went! The cooking facilities were well-built that were able to fit quite a number of people. There were also tables around for you to enjoy your food. It was nice standing in front of the hot spring water cooking during cold weather. We cooked herbal chicken, corn, and eggs.. yum.. there were also free footbath areas and clean toilet.
  • Destination673062

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    Qingshui Geothermal Park

    4 2016-02

    Qingshui Geothermal Park is located in Sanxing, Yilan. There is a hot spring and it temperature is about 95 degrees Celsius to 104 degrees Celsius. The temperature is high enough, so that it can cook food, such as corns, eggs, torso, and so on. In addition to this, there is a lot of mountain to around it. So, it is suit to whole family and friends to go to there.
  • ErinC3104


    5 2019-10

    因為葷食都有用食物袋裝好,算是素食友善唷~ 免停車費,可以自行攜帶食物去煮,人多的時候,會沒有椅子坐,但是可以自行帶野餐墊去玩
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    4 2019-08


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